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Christmas Baroque by Candlelight tickets

Southwark Cathedral in London

Saturday 22nd December 2018

7:30pm til 9:30pm

No age restrictions

Wrap up warm and make the festive period a little longer as the London Concertante perform a selection of 17th Century festive favourites.


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Band A £35.45
(£32.00 + bf)
Band B
On sale for just 4 more days.
(£26.00 + bf)
Band C
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(£22.00 + bf)
Band D
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(£19.00 + bf)

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Christmas Baroque by Candlelight on Saturday 22nd December 2018


Corelli - 'Christmas' Concerto
Vivaldi - La Follia
Mozart - Divertimento in D
Handel - Concerto Grosso Op. 6 No.7
Bach - Violin Concerto in A minor
Vivaldi - 'Autumn' & 'Winter from the Four Seasons

Founded in 1991, the ensemble continues to travel up and down Britain, and beyond with tours throughout Europe and the USA. Recognised for their irresistible musical interpretations and enchanting performance style, it is no surprise that they have continued to find such far reaching support for over 25 years. Reaching critical acclaim on their numerous recordings, London Concertante have found themselves labelled one of the finest chamber ensembles in Europe.

The programme opens with the recognisable Concerto by Corelli, whose original manuscript featured the inscription ‘Made for the Night of Christmas’. An especially fitting piece for this time of year to help kick off this Christmas Bonanza in true festive style. After five short, yet immensely exciting movements, the work concludes with a thought provoking and heart-warming rolling melody on the upper violins that conjures melancholic images of a warm family fire and ‘those good old days’. Accompanying pieces include works by household names of the classical genre: Mozart, Handel and Bach. As London Concertante present their works to you, indulge in the uniqueness of each composer and the variety of characters, moods and emotions they create, as the orchestra gracefully interprets the dots on the paper, and transforms them into an aural spectacle in this stunning candlelit venue. A selection of aptly seasonal movements from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons bring a crisp freshness to the programme, with aggressive icy bursts and short, sharp accompaniment. Do not fear, you won’t be left feeling glum and shivery, as the uplifting and optimistic second movement of “Winter” will warm you perfectly.

If you don’t consider yourself ‘in the know’ about Mozart, Beethoven, or Bach, fear not, this is the orchestra for you. The London Concertante boasts an impressive audience record in which an impressive 50% of spectators are first time classical concert goers! The London Concertante has its audience laughing at jokes, gasping at virtuosity, moved by gorgeous string playing, and leaving with a smile on their faces.

“I have rarely seen more passionate, talented people, yet so down to earth, funny and warm… Thank you for an enchanting evening”
– A happy audience member (October 2017)

“Really accessible, entertaining and beautiful.”
– Another happy audience member (November 2017)

“The phrasing had a grace and breadth, the sound a real glow”
– The Independent

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